ANALYSIS OF SPATIAL PATTERN OF LARGE MANUFACTURING INDEXES IN IRAQ FOR 2018

Authors

  • Mahya Mohsen Hassan

Abstract

Undoubtedly, industries generally have a great importance. Transformational industries have a
special importance in changing economic, social and political balances of the state. This
importance is ascribed to the possibility of affecting these economic and social indictors
directly on the level of individuality and community. Industrial indicators were detected and
analytically investigated which were far from their specialization such as permanent workers,
commodity manufacturing employees, wrapping, service requirements and etc. Some of the
positives and negatives that represent gaps must be addressed in a purely scientific and logical
manner to guide decision-makers to this vital issue. The research problem lies in the fact that
despite the abundance of data that contribute to advancing the transformation industries, their
contribution to the national product is minimal. The study aims to uncover the governorates
ranks by using the employment analysis according to the study indicators and highlight the
sector having the highest rank in the number of establishments, the absorption of manpower
and the sales value. However, the study found that the pattern of spatial distribution of the
indicators in the governorates of Baghdad and Babylon recorded high values and for all the
indicators of the study. These indicators represent two important poles for the manufacturing
industries where decision-makers shall direct attention to, stimulate, develop, and even
transform them into industrial cities similar to the advanced industrial countries. The private
sector had the largest share of industrial establishments and workers in the study area.

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Published

2020-12-01

How to Cite

Mahya Mohsen Hassan. (2020). ANALYSIS OF SPATIAL PATTERN OF LARGE MANUFACTURING INDEXES IN IRAQ FOR 2018. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 7446 - 7459. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/2123